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Jasmine Heirloom Quilt Frame

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by , 04-27-2019 at 12:08 PM (197 Views)
Back in 1998 I purchased a Jasmine Heirloom Quilt Frame and I simply loved using it because it eliminated the need to baste. Due to family issues I had to no time to quilt but now that has changed and I am back at it. Problem is I cannot find the original instructions to my frame and I cannot remember how to load the 3 rails that go to it. It also appears that the company has gone out of business.
Is there anyone who might have the instructions or who could tell me how I would load the backing, batting and quilt top? I would so appreciate any help at all.
THANK YOU in advance to anyone who may be able to help.

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  1. Ksassy44's Avatar
    In my opinion all quilt frames are assembled in a similar manner. Watch UTube videos of quilt frame assemblies. I believe you will find your answer there if you cannot find your manual. After watching several videos I'll bet you will get helpful answers. Good Luck!
  2. Charz2019's Avatar
    Thank you! I have tried the YouTube route but it hasn't been successful because of the way the frame was made. I have pulled old pics of my frame loaded with a quilt but there isn't a good enough of a view to tell how my quilt was layered and what layer I had on which rail. Almost looks like the top and batting on the top rail and the backing on the 2nd rail.
    Thanks for your reply, I appreciate the input. I will just have to play with it I guess.
  3. wildonetwo's Avatar
    If you can't figure it out from the site below, you should call him and ask him if his is similar or if he knows what happened to the Jasmine Heirloom Company and if his is similar. People are usually helpful and he will probably help you because you might be a future customer. Nothing ventured; nothing gained.

    I found this site which has directions for a simple frame that cost $170 and he is an accomplished quilter that has been putting them out for many years and says they are great.

    I was looking at his Montana retreat but it is booked. LOL.

    Look under "Multi-Frame..." and Description on this webpage:


    https://www.flynnquilt.com/description.htm
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